Children don’t raise themselves in the offline world. They shouldn’t raise themselves online either.
ScreenRetriever lets you check in on your child’s computer activity from your computer quickly and easily, either right now or later. The ScreenRetriever icon on their desktop lets your child know you can check in and that alone often leads to more appropriate and responsible computer use.
ScreenRetriever LiveView – see your child’s computer screen on yours in real time.
Things look OK? Use the “Small” window option and continue to work on your computer or just walk by and glance at it once in a while. It’s not invasive, you can’t read every word, but you can tell if a web site meets your family’s standards or if homework is getting done.
Concerned by what you see? Use the “Large” window option so you can take a closer look.
ScreenRetriever LiveView works on computers connected to your home network and allows viewing of four children’s computers simultaneously.
ScreenRetriever Replay – records while you’re not available or if your child takes his computer away from home.
ScreenRetriever brings the recordings to your computer anytime your child’s computer is connected to your home network and turned on. Just as with LiveView, you see continual images of everything that was on your child’s screen.
Review hours of activity in minutes. If there’s something concerning stop on individual screen images with precise control using ScreenRetriever’s simple and intuitive slider. Evidence of cyberbullying? Save it and put a stop to it. No more “he said, she said.”
ScreenRetriever Replay works just as well if you have only one shared computer.